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We are a region defined by connection. Here, the Cincinnati USA CVB connects qualified travel, trade and news journalists, freelancers and bloggers with information and resources to tell Cincinnati USA’s stories.



PRESS RELEASES

First-ever Cincinnati Moon Festival brings celebration of Chinese culture to Fountain Square

2018-09-25 :: One of the biggest celebrations of Chinese culture will take place in the heart of Cincinnati for the first time this week with the Cincinnati Moon Festival at Fountain Square on Saturday, Sept. 29. Thousands are expected to attend this free event as part of the traditional Chinese observance of the autumn harvest moon.   More >

Cincinnati Region's Tourism Industry Supports Record Number of Jobs in 2017

2018-08-31 :: New data shows strongest ever results for tourism, with $5.3 billion in visitor spending and 80,000 jobs supported.    More >

Collaboration, innovation and inclusion key to driving growth of the Cincinnati region’s visitor industry

2018-07-26 :: The 2018 Multicultural Travel and Tourism Forum, Cincinnati Music Festival and thousands of visitors make Cincinnati the epicenter of multiculturalism this week.    More >

Cincinnati's convention-filled summer kicks off with Sigma Pi Phi Grand Boulé, June 22-26

2018-06-20 :: This week marks the start of a summer filled with high-profile conventions in Cincinnati, beginning with the Sigma Pi Phi Grand Boulé, June 22-26. The Grand Boulé will draw more than 1,200 visitors to Cincinnati with an anticipated $1.15 million spent by attendees. Major conventions throughout the summer are expected to bring more than 15,000 attendees and generate more than $8 million in visitor spending overall.   More >

Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau Names Julie Calvert President & CEO

2018-05-18 :: Industry leader and Executive Director of Source Cincinnati takes the helm of region’s destination marketing organization with focus on collaboration, transparency, results and inclusive leadership.   More >

IN THE NEWS

From obscure to quirky, get to know Cincinnati’s hidden museums
December 7, 2018 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - Greater Cincinnati is blessed with outstanding museums. Museum-goers in the Queen City have an assortment of exhibits to choose from that are less known, obscure, even downright quirky. We chose three to feature, but more await the curious visitor or just someone looking for a way to spend an afternoon off the beaten path.
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25 Best Free Things to Do in Cincinnati
December 3, 2018 :: VACATION IDEAS - Cincinnati serves as a major cultural center in the American Midwest, home to nationally-renowned museums and arts organizations. Many of the city's top museums offer free admission daily or on special weekly or monthly free days, with some of the nation's largest annual free festivals held each year in the city's downtown district.  More >
The Most Historic Landmark in Every State
November 30, 2018 :: READER'S DIGEST - Calling all history buffs! Step back in time at one of these significant sites in each state, from Revolutionary War battlefields to famous presidential homes. When it comes to zoos in the United States, Cincinnati’s is a contender for king of the jungle. That’s because it has the oldest continuously operating zoo building.  More >
Resurgent Cincinnati is Lots of Fun
November 17, 2018 :: URBAN MILWAUKEE - The past ten years have seen an incredible rebirth of cities across the nation and Cincinnati is no exception. Dubbed the Queen City for its role in America’s westward expansion, the southern Ohio city has a booming downtown, a host of lively historic neighborhoods and a growing sense of pride. Steeped in a history of brewing and German heritage (sound familiar Milwaukeeans?), the urban heart of Cincinnati is one of the most walkable, affordable and welcoming places in the country. More >
Where to Eat, Play, and Stay in Cincinnati: A Local’s Guide to the Queen City
November 9, 2018 :: JETSETTER - You might think of Ohio as a flyover state (and yes, there are many corn fields), but its major metropolises have big-city energy and charm well worth a venture to the Midwest—especially Cincinnati, which has experienced an incredible revival over the past few years and is now teeming with cool places to eat and hang out.
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Strong, progressive leadership
2018-12-04 :: More >
NKU program lauded as one of top five centers for venture creation
2018-12-04 :: More >
Shop local, sustainable goods
2018-12-04 :: More >
Juble it! creates an easy way for artists to crowdfund
2018-12-04 :: More >
Stationed at Union Terminal
2018-12-04 :: More >